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Trusting Is Good... Shooting Is Better (1968)
"T'ammazzo!... Raccomandati a Dio" (original title)

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George Hilton ...
Glenn Reno
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Liz
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The Colonel
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Roy Fulton
Mimmo Palmara ...
Frank Richards (as Dick Palmer)
Piero Vida ...
The Portugese
Franco Ressel ...
Mr. Hartman
Monica Pardo ...
Saloon girl
Andrea Scotti ...
Mr. Higgins (as Andrew Scott)
Franco Gulà ...
Old man at the beginning
Carla Brait ...
Betty
Rossella Bergamonti
Renato Chiantoni ...
dr. Aloisius
Giovanni Ivan Scratuglia ...
Sheriff Hawkins (as Ivan Giovanni Scratuglia)
Enzo Andronico ...
Innkeeper
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too slow, too boring, everything takes too long to happen
12 September 2011 | by (New Jersey) – See all my reviews

I like Hilton and Gordon Mitchell so I gave this one a try. The DVD I saw is an ugly, full-frame transfer, probably from VHS. English dub. It's a "funny" story of a man (Hilton) that runs afoul of a gang of three bank robbers (Mitchell, John Ireland, Piero Vida). The robbers are busy trying to double-cross one another and Hilton joins the party. A pretty blond (Sandra Milo) takes her turn at tricking each of the men also. The story is very reminiscent of double-cross pics like ONE DOLLAR TOO MANY or ANY GUN CAN PLAY. However, this film is a little tedious, a little boring. Some of the comic scenes are pretty well-done but the action sequences are slow-moving, boring, very poorly staged. Generally the pacing of the film is too slow, too boring, everything takes too long to happen. Music is an annoying carnival-style motif which is supposed to sound whimsical but features too much acid rock-style organ and guitar. Mitchell's part FWIW is basically a cameo, he is dead after 15min of the film. Hilton is charming but can't save the film on his own. As of this writing the full film is available on YouTube. 5/10 stars.


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